As many as 17,000 students were among the largest turnout on record for Italy’s book fair showcasing independent publishers.
Children’s and YA books are tops when it comes to Italy’s rights sales, as has been reported this week at Rome’s Più libri più liberi.
Small- and medium-sized publishers make up 50.1 percent of the Italian book market, reports AIE at today’s Più Libri Più Liberi opening.
Frankfurt Book Fair’s professional programming ranged from academic publishing and AI to image licensing, literary awards, and audio sales.
The International Publishers Association has a series of events during Frankfurt Book Fair, many open to trade visitors and exhibitors.
At Bologna Children’s Book Fair, the AIE and Bologna Book Plus will look at young readers’ growing place in the Italian market.
The 2022 edition of Italy’s public-facing book fair ‘Più libri più liberi’ features sessions for professionals at Rome’s La Nuvola.
Madrid’s book fair director Eva Orúe is the first woman in the role in 80 years. And she has a UNESCO World Heritage venue to protect.
The Aldus Up network of European book fairs has partnered with many sister programs to produce an extensive series of events at Frankfurt.
Spazio Italia, the ‘Italian Space’ at Frankfurter Buchmesse, will host 76 of Italy’s publishers in Hall 4.1 at stands F31 and H38.